nonpolyphonic etymology

English word nonpolyphonic comes from English polyphonic, English non-

Detailed word origin of nonpolyphonic

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
polyphonic English (eng) (music) having two or more independent but harmonic melodies; contrapuntal. (of an electronic device) able to play more than one musical note at the same time. Of, or relating to polyphony.
non- English (eng) Used in the sense of not, to negate the meaning of the word to which it is prefixed.
nonpolyphonic English (eng) Not polyphonic.

Words with the same origin as nonpolyphonic

Descendants of non-
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